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About OutWalking

  • Welcome to OutWalking, a likely over-ambitious source of reflection on the true, the good, and the beautiful in the world. (more). . .

Current Reading

Current Listening

  • Brian Wilson -

    Brian Wilson: No Pier Pressure [Deluxe Edition]
    Even in is Seventies, Brian Wilson still has harmonic genius. There are 16 songs on this deluxe release, and not a single klunker. Al Jardine's voice is a delight (try "Whatever Happened"), and the featured vocalists (like She & Him, Sebu, and Kacey Musgraves) actually work well.

  • Sufjan Stevens -

    Sufjan Stevens: Carrie & Lowell
    A beautiful album by this indie singer-songwriter, in which he deals with the death of his estranged mother. But for the f-bomb, "No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross" is a wonderful Easter song. For Sufjan, art is a gift, and we are the beneficiaries.